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Civilian Personnel Advisory Center
503-808-4553 / 4557
Fax: 503-808-4555

Mailing address:
USACE, Portland District
Civilian Personnel Advisory Center
P.O. Box 2946
Portland, OR 97208-2946

Equal Employment Opportunity
LaMar Williams
Equal Employment Opportunity Manager
503-808-4530

Applying for jobs with the Portland District

Rotating gif featuring images from 'Work for USACE' videoPortland District vacancy announcements are advertised on USAJOBS, the Federal Government's official one-stop source for federal jobs and employment information. USAJOBS allows users to create and review resumes and supplemental data, and submit and track applications.

Search for Portland District jobs using the "Advanced Search" function in the "Search Jobs" menu. Select "Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers" under "Department and Agency," and the desired city and state under "Location." Visit the USAJOBS website.

Current job openings

None at this time

Our Equal Opportunity mission

Providing technical and professional advice to Portland District management and employees, in accordance with Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended) and all applicable EEO regulatory guidance, safeguarding the workplace and its employees from discrimination based on sex, race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, reprisal or disability. 

The duties of the Equal Opportunity Office are: 

  • Serve as the District Commander's primary advisor on EEO / Affirmative Employment.  
  • Manage Army complaints processing system.  Provide EEO-related training.  
  • Lead & guide via Special Emphasis programs.  
  • Plan, develop & monitor Portland District's Affirmative Employment Plan.

    It is our commitment to administer an Equal Employment Opportunity program which creates and sustains a discrimination-free workplace.

Engineer-In-Training

The Engineer-in-Training program within HDC consists of structured education related to hydroelectric power design and construction across the nation, Corps of Engineers activities throughout the Northwest, and the mission of the Portland District. The program spans a 24-month time period, rotating assignments through various offices within the Portland District primarily and around the Corps. (See the EIT program brochure here.)